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I needed to take my attention away from the myriad of issues in the mortgage business, and focus on something else for a short while. Like the Breast Cancer Patient Protection act, H.R. 758. This bill has been introduced in to every U.S. Congress session since 1997, and each time, is referred out for committees to investigate.
I don't know about you, but I have personal acquaintances/loved ones who have experiences the effects of being discharged from the hospital after a mastectomy operation, people who were not capable of caring for themselves, and who NEVER SHOULD HAVER BEEN DISCHARGED with drainage and infection issues to deal with at home.
I urge you to contact your Senator and request that they give attention to this important issue. Here is the letter I have sent if you need a starting point to draft your own letter.
"Dear Senator Walden -
I wish to know what your position is on H.R. 758. the Breast Cancer Patient Protection Act, and would like to understand why this bill that was originally introduced in 1997, and repeatedly introduced in every Congress session thereafter, continues to be "referred to committee with no action taken. Such apparent inattention to such an important issue is reprehensible.
For personal reasons, being at "high risk" for developing breast cancer with cases of breast cancer on both sides of my family history, it would be comforting to know that in the event I one day find myself undergoing a mastectomy that I am not required to accept such serious surgery in the form of outpatient surgery. For societal reasons, no woman should have to leave after a mastectomy surgery groggy from anesthesia and with multiple drain tubes, sent home whether they have someone available to help them with their care or not, all due to insurance company requirements. This leaves the question are the insurance company lobbyists the reason for the quiet death of this bill each session?
I appreciate your clear and direct response to my questions, and thank you in advance for them.
Karen Cooper XXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Medford, OR97504"
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